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Why, O Lord?

Afflictions and Trials: A Christian Look at Life’s Adversities If I asked you which of the following three items—carrot, egg, or coffee bean—which one best describes you, how would you respond? You would probably wonder what I was talking about, right? Fair enough. But what if I added a second question: how you would handle […]

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Watching Daily At My Gates

May 11 Read 1 Samuel 24 David continues along the long road of patience. An opportunity presents itself for David to kill Saul. David makes the correct choice in not killing the Lord’s anointed. He continues to wait for God to give to him the kingdom. Even after Saul promises not to kill him, he […]

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Deep Simplicities – I Count All Things But Loss

Young people, consider with me the deep meaning of the simple phrase, “I count all things but loss,” found in the context of Philippians 3:7-9, “But what things were gain to me, those I counted loss for Christ. Yea doubtless, and I count all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ […]

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“We are gathered here because within six months we hope to see covenant young men and young women, through the covenant faithfulness of their parents and friends, enter through the doors of Covenant Christian High to be taught the matters of their natural life by covenant blessings to be bestowed upon them, through this instruction, […]

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A Royal House (4)

Battle lines were being drawn in more ways than one. Jeanne d’Albret, Queen of Navarre, had thrown in her lot with the French Huguenots. So had the highest military commander of France, Admiral Coligny. Ministers were coming into France who had been trained in the doctrines of the sovereignty of God under men such as […]

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